Juniperus monosperma (Engelm.) Sarg.
Determiner: KEARNEY, T.H. (1947)
oneseed juniper --Enebro de sombra
ARNBERGER, L. 124
United States, Arizona, COCONINO, PATH TO OBSERVATION STATION
Crumbling off page. Uncommon native perennial, transition zone, rocky soil, open exposure, height up to 12 ft. Hopi usage - With other junipers the Hopis use the juniper in many ways. Firewood, fences, construction, tools, torches from the bark, a decoction of the leaves is taken by a pregnant woman who wants a girl, before and after the birth of a child juniper tea and a bath in which juniper has been soaked is used. The newborn baby is rubbed with juniper ashes, and recalcitrant children are held in smoke..see file card.
PLANT SPECIMEN IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION DESPITE SOME BROKEN PARTS. ORIGINAL MOUNTING PAPER IS NOT ARCHIVAL.
Record Id: ab41d22d-31b2-4414-bc2a-f1aeeedc2860
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